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Here’s how Phish is using the Sphere's technology to give fans something completely different

Here’s how Phish is using the Sphere's technology to give fans something completely different

LAS VEGAS (AP) — Phish opened its four-night stay at the Sphere Thursday with a four-hour show that used the advanced technology in the $2.3 billion arena to deliver a show that even the band's most ardent fans have never experienced before.
Olympic organizers unveil strategy for using artificial intelligence in sports

Olympic organizers unveil strategy for using artificial intelligence in sports

LONDON (AP) — Olympic organizers unveiled their strategy Friday to use artificial intelligence in sports, joining the global rush to capitalize on the rapidly advancing technology.
TikTok testing Instagram-rival app TikTok Notes in Canada

TikTok testing Instagram-rival app TikTok Notes in Canada

TORONTO — TikTok is testing an app that rivals Instagram in Canada. The social media company says TikTok Notes became available for download and "limited testing" in Canada and Australia this week. TikTok Notes allows users to share photos and text.
MPs chide 'incompetent' health agency over fired National Microbiology Lab scientists

MPs chide 'incompetent' health agency over fired National Microbiology Lab scientists

OTTAWA — Federal officials in charge of the National Microbiology Lab are defending security protocols at the Winnipeg institution against accusations of incompetence from opposition MPs.
Apple pulls WhatsApp and Threads from App Store on Beijing's orders

Apple pulls WhatsApp and Threads from App Store on Beijing's orders

HONG KONG (AP) — Apple said it had removed Meta’s WhatsApp messaging app and its Threads social media app from the App Store in China to comply with orders from Chinese authorities.
Bill that could ban TikTok has been attached to the House foreign aid package. What next?

Bill that could ban TikTok has been attached to the House foreign aid package. What next?

The House has renewed its push on legislation that would ban TikTok if its Beijing-based parent company doesn’t divest from the popular social media platform, escalating the fight over the hot-button issue.
Next UN climate talks are critical to plot aid for poorer nations, says incoming president

Next UN climate talks are critical to plot aid for poorer nations, says incoming president

WASHINGTON (AP) — The man who will run United Nations climate talks this November views the negotiations as a key link in international efforts to curb global warming.
Bitcoin's next 'halving' is right around the corner. Here's what you need to know

Bitcoin's next 'halving' is right around the corner. Here's what you need to know

NEW YORK (AP) — Sometime in the next few days or even hours, the “miners” who chisel bitcoins out of complex mathematics are going to take a 50% pay cut — effectively slicing new production of the world’s largest cryptocurrency in half.
Key ally of Pakistan's prime minister demands end to ban on social media platform X

Key ally of Pakistan's prime minister demands end to ban on social media platform X

ISLAMABAD (AP) — An important ally of Pakistani Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif demanded the government lift a two-month-old ban on the social media platform X , saying on Friday that it violates citizens' right to speech and expression.

Japanese doctors demand damages from Google over "groundless" reviews

TOKYO (AP) — A group of Japanese doctors has filed a civil lawsuit against U.S. search giant Google, demanding damages for what they claim are unpoliced derogatory and often false comments.